Sport: Golfers' Golfer

One of the few truly representative national competitions in U. S. athletics is the National Amateur Golf championship. This year, in its 28 sectional qualifying tournaments, 831 silver-spoon and rusty-putter golfers in all corners of the U. S. strove for the 171 places in last week's entry list at Chicago's North Shore Country Club. The National itself is one of the toughest grinds going—two qualifying rounds of medal play to cut the field to 64, four rounds of 18-hole match play to determine the semifinalists, then 36-hole semifinal and final matches. Bobby Jones,...

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